The Football Association Chairman of the South Tongu District Mr. Francis Quashie Agbedeke, who also doubles as a communication team member of the South Tongu NDC, announced that his outfit has been able to supply about five-hundred (500) nose masks to the Assembly members and Unit Committee members of the constituency. He further noted that a section of Okada guys (motor riders) in the area were also not left out in the distribution.
“By grace of Jehovah, am able to support with about some 500 nose masks to the Assembly/unit committee members of our constituency. A section of Okada guys, and interest groups were not left out.” He announced.
Giving a detailed breakdown of the donation, Mr. Agbedeke noted that, 40 Assembly Members and 200 Unit Committee members within the South Tongu District in the Volta Region of Ghana received the masks including other residents.
He added that, as communicator, who advocated for supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to the Assembly Members and Unit Committee members but yielded no result, he took it up himself to provide them with at least the mask.
Mr. Francis Quashie Agbedeke revealed that, the PPEs which was his personal funded project cost his an amount of one thousand five-hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢1,500). He also said, the production of the masks were supported by one Mrs. Berther Kpormegbe, a fashion designer within the constituency.
Receiving the materials on behalf of Assembly Members, Unit Committee Members and other residents were Hon. Gbedzi Innocent, Hon. Avuwada Thomas and Mr. Havor Christian.
Mr. Agbedeke also disclosed that, his outfit will in no time supply additional over 10,000 mask to residents of the South Tongu District.
“I know it won’t be long over 10000 of the constituents who are either front line or vulnerable will get their share as we lobby for such purpose.” He disclosed.
The South Tongu Football Association Chairman is by this calling on everyone to assist the needy, vulnerable and poor individuals in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Finally, he added that, Ghanaians need to collectively fight the Coronado so that our schools and sports activities will resume.